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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 August 1906

Hp - • V r. t V.- 4 w!; i We Have Just Received Brown's flule, Our Advertiser R. J. R. Smoking and other of R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company's popular brands. ♦I . -Va'V Brow Mule n's SOLD THAN AI | For Oar Advertiser R. J. R. Smoking SCHUHMACHER GROCERY CO., La Grange, Texas. Wi! t1 wii jmmiii m\m u < Chewers are fast becoming convinced that these brands five genuine satisfaction and show their appreciation of their excellent chewing by making them fast sellers, Uhe demand of these brands is rapidly growing, dealers will advance their own interest by placing themselves in a position to take care of this increasing businesss. K —SEND US VOUR ORDERS.—. Schuhmacher Grocery Company, LaGrange, Texas. J, XLhc Sticker. fttWOM W1NFREE; Eiitir IN Publisher Bntered at the Sohalenbarg postofflce u eooad-clus matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $1.00 PER ANNUM Tn Snores invites the publlo to keep it posted concerning the goings and comings of the town. It yon are leaving town or have friends visiting yon o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 August 1906

HO ENEE'S Jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 'Dress Soods in plain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe, %)imity, Ctc. Steady to SW? ar Soods. jCadies* Cm broidered Waists, Silk and jCawn. IDress Skirts, Tffohair and JCawn, Tfyuslin Tinderwear, Jffosiery, etc,, S&elts, JFarts. 7/echwear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any SPurs e Call and be Convinced HORNER'S MKPOUT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prloee paid. „ CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. 10 1-4 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs - 65 Corn — TO Butter (cooking).. 7-12 Batter ruble)!!:.! 15 Chickens (as to siie) spring 8c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal 6o Bacon ?o Lard 101b Cabbage - le Potatoes, per 100 lbs 100 Onion* per 100 lbs good unsalable 85 Butter Market demand. Chix no demand Eggs: Too many bad Cotton Declining Fresh Candy, always fresh at Henry Meyer's Mrs. H. Horn er and daugh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 August 1906

ATERFROM ROCK SIXTH—In Cloud and Pillar Series A STOSY OF THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE Br the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright. 1M, by the author, W. 8. Edson.) Scripture Authority: —Exodus 17:1-7. 4 ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦M♦♦♦♦♦♦ ♦ ♦ SERMONETTE. "That Rbck was Ch««t."— 1 Cor. 10:4. We all come to Rephidim at some time or other. On the man- ward aide Rephidim stands T ^ for the place of dire need; of > murmuring and unbelief; of the limitation of God's power; nay, ♦ more', 6f utter forgetfulness of J all his past mercies and bless- ings, and failure to turn to him + for help. ^ On the Godward side, it is ^ the place of the Rock—the Rock + which Paul declared prefigured ♦ * the character and office work of + «► the blessed Christ. "That Rock -f ** was Christ;" that is, it typifies ♦ '/>■ the Christ. + 1. In the value of the bless- • . ing which gushed forth from it. ^ 2. In the method employed to secure that i>lessing. The Rock ^ was smitten, even as the Christ was smi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 August 1906

ABOUT PRESSING FLOWERS Pressed Flowers Are Pleasant Sou- venirs of a Vacation—How They i May Be Preserved. A FEW SUMMER BEVERAGES Iced Tea Must Have Liquid Poured Off as Soon as Tea Steeps—A Milk Sherbert. No prettier or more pleasure-giving vacation spent at the seashore or in the country could be found than a spec- imen book filled with dried flowers, leaves and seaweeds, and the work of gathering and preparing them would amuse the most indifferent boy or girl. Then it is very simple, and costs lit- tle, time and trouble. The collector should provide him- self with a tin botanical box, or, lack- ing this, with several dozen sheets of 60ft, thick, unglazed wrapping paper, and two boards for covers. The paper and the boards should be several Inches larger than the book in which the specimens are to be preserved, ad- vises the Chicago Inter Ocean. As each specimen is gathered, place it between two sheets of the 'paper, being careful to make it lie in a natural position. When the coll...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 2 August 1906

''5.v -v v jPlwlPS&wSS WW^-Mrmt- COUGHS QUICKEST CURE GOLDS THE WONDER WORKER ^h)H0 THROAT | PR. KING'S 1 LUNGS hi hi i iimi—mmiliumm i urn n i hi iiiwi iiisii urn iimh mm m imiiiiimnlwwwTiwMwiiwiMWMira NEW DISCOVERY i-- ^/Th CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $150 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle 1 was entirely cured." Pries 50cand $1.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! Trial Bottles Frn SOLD IND RECOMMENDED BY PAUL BREYMANN, T Druggist. YOU BUY FROM 5. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected carefully & sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's M** HARDWARE.—^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection ANGE I t OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID O ao^RE' w.g.crush &P.AT.a. DALLAS, TE*. 4 rPJ&fi) / ' J y- R A. WOLTERS. oewsTiWBW®- in, . cmtmmt k. Nmun. i, t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

Tim A.O Tli Gus Russek INSURANCE Representing the leading ^Companies of the WorlcLj S CYRIL PETER, TH^SADDLER. % jfll work of the first" order. • fflaymomct Win free, Gditor. SP/a/n Words are Sver the Sftest. One dollar 2/ear VOL. XII. SCHULENBURC, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 9, 1906. NO. 52 Sam's Winnebago Girl 1 By William R. Lighton (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowlea.) Uncle Mac is not a ready or willing talker, when the talk relates to his own achievements; but this is a tale he told me one day, when we sat to- gether within the grateful shelter of his orchard trees: It ain't the things that happens to a feller that makes hardship; it's the way he looks at 'em. I found that, out, 'most the first thing, when I come to Nebrasky. An' tnere was Sam Weeks, that I knowed when I was a scout. Did I ever tell you about him? Sam, he come to our post with a batch o' rookies that was sent out from Omaha, when we was polScin' the Platte country, time they was runnin' the surveys, rie was a fu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

W1F- The Schvlenbvrg Sticker % RAYMOND W1NFRBE, Editor "" SCHULENBURG, - TEXAS f The Idle Sinner*. i fivery once in awhile the action ol some young man who is enjoying a princely income brings to mind the thought that money ill-spent inevita- bly brings disaster to the spender. The idle rich, whose sole idea is to amuse themselves, are curses in a community. They bring themselves to premature graves, but long before their deaths they are old in sin, and are so satiated with illicit pleasure that they find no enjoyment in any- thing, and, like Sir Charles Cold- stream in the play of "Used Up," there is nothing for them to see with astonishment.' Their constant cry is, "There is nothing in it," and they try to stimulate their jaded appetites with excesses that are suggestive • of the declining Pagan days of Greece and Rome. Go to any of our fashionable watering places in the height of the season and you will find many indo- lent rich men whose faces express sensuality and a vague long...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

•• *r:\' i The Bad Boy Tells the Groceryman How He Rescued His Dad from the Bears in Yellowstone Park. BY HON. GEORGE W. PECK. (Ex-Governor of Wisconsin, formerly pub- lisher of "Peck's Sun," author of "Peck's Bad Boy," etc.) (Copyright, 1904, by Joseph B. Bowles.) The old groceryman was down on his knees, with a wet cloth, swabbing tip something from the floor with one hand, while he held his nOse with the other, his back toward the door, when suddenly the door opened with a bang, striking the old man in the back, knocking him over and landing him with his head in a basket of strictly ftesh eggs, breaking at least a dozen of them, and filling the air with an cdor that was unmistakable; and the bad boy followed the door into the grocery. "What's your notion of taking a nap, with a basket of stale eggs for a pil- low," said the bad boy, as he took the old man by the arm and raised him LANDED WITH HIS HEAD IN A BASKET OF STRICTLY FRESH EGGS. up, and looked at him with a grin that was ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

# mmaasm ZCbe Sticker. COUNTY C0NVER110N. RAfMOND WIKFREE, Eltttr IN PuNlsbir Entered at the Schulenburg postoffloe u eooad-olass matter. SUBSCRIPTION, $i.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker inrltes the public to keep It potted concerning the goings and comings of the tewn. If you are leaving town or have friends visiting you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of It. But be sure to sign your name to It as an evidence of Its genuineness. THURSDAY. AUG. 9, 1906. JOSEPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. Cambelt is ill tha lead with.Bell, Brooks ana Colquitt running a light race to see who will be last, The four gins are busy, the oil mill is busy, the compress is busy, the merchants and cotton buyers are busy and we are busy, Some of our exchanges still carry theannoucements of the candidates subject to the primaries July 28tb. vVonder if they know that the election is over? Wnat has become of that tidal wave which Colquitt said was go- ing to come up out of the Gulf of Mexioo and ro...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

p / : i ^ -T-irirrfii "iff H O B-HEB' S jfn up-to-date line of Spring and Summer 'Dress Soods in piain white, figured jCawns, Organdies, Crepe> 'Dimity, Gtc. {Ready to life ar Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, Silk and jCawn. Dress Shirts, 97}'oh air and jCawn, 9/fuslin Underwear, jffosiery, etc., S&e/ts, J?ans. Tfechwear, Combsets and Small wear at ZPrices to Suit any ZPurse .• Call and be Convinced HORN E~Il~S Jf.lBKBT REPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and chaneed weekly, accord- ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb aulet Nominal. 10 Cotton Seed per 100 lbs g® Corn 70 Eggs ® Butter (cooking) 7-12 Butter (table)._ ... - 1° *2 1-2 Chickens (as to size) spring 8c Hens 7c lb Roosters 12 1-2 Turkeys per lb Nominal <jc Bacon - ih Lard Jb Cabbage - ,}£ Potatoes, per 100 lbs 100 Onions per 100 lbs good Butter Market dull. Chix needed ' Eggs: £Good demand Cotton Declining Ice Cold Drinks at Henry Me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

AN ENEMY IN THE WAY SEVENTH—In Cload and Pillar Series A STORY OP THE WILDERNESS JOURNEY OP THE HEBREW PEOPLE Bjr tha "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copyright, 1906, by the author, W. S. Edson.) Scripture Authority:—Exodus 17: 8-16. SERMON ETTB. "Fight the good fight of faith, because your adversary, the devil, as a roaring lion, walk- eth about seeking whom he may devour."—1 Tim. 6:12, and ! Peter 5:8. The Enemy in the Way.— Know, O Soul, thou who hast been redeemed by God, and hast been led out of the Egyptian bondage of sin to Rephidim, the place of larger spiritual refresh- ing and blessing, that Amalek $ lurks in the way to dispute thy ♦ passage. The Amalek of an evil heart, and the Amalek of a wicked world are ever ready to engage thee in conflict; to plot thy ruin; to keep thee from go- ing forward. Conflict and Victory. — But know, also, O thou Soul, that though Amelek, that tireless emissary of Satan, must be met, thou hast the assurance of vic- tory, for Faith may mount to ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

* 1 HON. W. H. KELBAUGH OF WEST VIRGINIA PRAISES PE-RU-NA. Hon. W. H. Kelbaush. A Cold at Any Time of the Year. Es- pecially in Hot Weather, is Very De- pressing to the System. Pe-ru-na is an Unequaled Tonic For Such Cases. Read fVhat People Say About It. Hon. W. H. Kelbaugh, Ex-Member W. Va. Legislature, 204 9th street, N. E„ Washington, D. C., writes: 4 "You can use my name and word at all times for Peruna as a medi- cine and tonic unequaled. I have tried it for a stubborn cold and badly run down system. I tried all sorts of other medicines and paid several expensive doctor bills. Peruna cured me, strengthened me more than ever, and saved me money." ^ Mrs. Clara Litterst, Seafield, Ind., Bays: "Last fall I took a severe cold. I took Peruna, began to improve andkept on so until I was able to do my work." SAYINGS OF THE SAGES. Lack of desire is the greatest of riches.—Seneca. Art holds fast when all else is lost. •—From the German. He is ssfe from danger who is on bis guard even whe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 9 August 1906

\ - FOR COIIfiHS QUICKEST CURE COLDS the wonder worker throat | DR. KING'S 1 luTcs NEW DISCOVERY *VT> CHAS. EBY, SR., of Elizabeth, III., writes: "I paid out over $160 to local phy- sicians, who treated me for La Grippe without giving me any relief. I afterward bought a $1.00 bottle of DR. KING'S NEW DISCOVERY, and after taking contents of this one bottle I was entirely cured." Prlca50candSl.00 ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEED! TrlilBiffinFm SOLD AND RECOMMENDED DY PAUL BREYMANN, T Druggist. YOU BUY FROM S. T. Schaefer, Will Please You as it is selected caretully A sold only at living profits. He also handles Paints, Oils, Varnish, and Builder's "ai——HARDWARE.^-^ Coffins and Caskets sold. Hearse in connection IfBT THE ANGE 6 OMFORT OUR FIRST CONSID LLmmn.T? •V.G.CRUSH 6,P.4T.A DO yo WORK. WHV Send off for ▼ ▼ * * ■ Your work you ean have I* done In r«ur ®ltr lual u Q O O d GENERAL DIRECTORY R. A. WOLTERS. 1.1 lokwarti Bra PnyiMtn el Uf«T Fs«i StAklflS, W1 ALSO DEAL PATRONIZE HOME INDUSTRIES...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

Ti**1 Qua Russek INSURANCE % t 11 ' Representing the leading ^jOompaniea of the World. ] THE CYRIL PETER, THE 8 I J*ftl work of iko first - orx/or. Zftaymomd Win free, Gditor. SPtain Words are Sver the SSest. One ^Dollar 2/ear VOL. XIII. SCHULENBURG, FAYETTE COUNTY, TEXAS, AUGUST 16, 1906. 1 < NO. 1 That Old Sweet Song By Mrs, Herbert Martin (Copyright, by Joseph B. Bowles.) Night was falling—a gray, damp Oc- tober night—on the great wilderness of London. Night pierced by the sounds of the vast city, which strike so mourn- fully at times on the ear of one who vaguely listens in the solitude that is loneliest of all, the solitude set in a crowd. Such a solitude was George Bran- don's as he sat over the fire in his luxuriously furnished flat. The flat and the furniture alike were new as well as costly. A year ago he had been very differently housed, a struggling young Journalist. Those poverty-stricken days were over, when he hardly knew where his next dinner was to come from. The ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

T li e Schvlenbvrg Sticker RAYMOND WINFREE, Editor SOHULENBURG, - TEXA.8 EVENTS OF EVERYWHERE. WILL IT BE SUICIDE? Governor Hlggins of New York has set on foot a campaign to stop gam.' bling at Saratoga. Ten and one-quarter inches of rain fell at Miles Tuesday. Bridges are wrecked and train service suspended. The records in the Department of State show that there are 233 organ- teed and twelve unorganized counties. Not all of the organized counties held primaries, however. Four prisoners sawed their way out of the county jail at Muskogee through the roof - and let themselves to the ground by knotting their bed clothing together. By expending $10,000,000 Swift ft Co., packers of Chicago and Boston, have secured control' for the beef trust, of the entire beef packing and tanning business of New England. The Grayson County Ginners' Asso- ciation has decided to return to "stra/ght ginning," that is to gin cot- the customer and not to buy seed cot- ton. John Gray ,son of Dr. L. R. Gray, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

t-fi 1ft'* REBATE CASE INTERSTATE COMMERCE COM- MISSION'S REPORT ON THE SANTA FE VIOLATIONS. MORTON EXONERATED aOOD DAMAGE IK TEXAS COLORADO RIVER MANY MILES WIDE IN SOUTHERN TEXAS. Two Hundred Miles of Railway Track Washed Out—Heavy Loss of Live Stock. there Was a Technical Violation of tbe Law, the Report Says, But There Was No Criminal Intent. Washington — In a statement is- sued by the interstate commerce commission regarding the convic- tion of the Atchison, Topeka & San- ta Fe Railway Co. for violating the law with respect to the giving of rebates, the commission says: "The avowed purpose of the practice tends to sup- port the view" that there was no crim- inal Intent on the part of Paul Morton, former secretary of the navy, and for- mer head of the traffic aepartment of the Santa Fe, and the other railroad officials involved. The statement calls attention to the fact that with the Im- position of the $15,000 on the railroad, the history of the famous Santa Fe re- bate cas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

ICbe Sticker. DAMON WINFREE, Editor iri Publlsker Entered at the Schulenburg poatoffloe as •ooad-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION, Si.oo PER ANNUM The Sticker lntites the public to keep It posted conoernlng the goings and comings of the town. If you are tearing town or have friends Tlslllng you or departing, drop us a line that we may make note of It. But be sure to sign yeur name to It as an evidence of Its genuineness. THURSDAY. AUG. 16, 1906. J08EPH W. BAILEY, For President 1908. YOLUMN THIRTEEN, NUMBER ONE. With this issue the Sticker it begins its thirteenth year. Will it be lucky or unlucky? For twelve years the Sticker has been visiting you every week rain or shine; it has always championed the .interest of . Schulenburg and Fayette county; its first thought is for the welfare of the citizens of Schulenburg and Fayette county. What it has -done in the past it will eyer try to surpass in the fu- ture. The Sticker will continue HACKBERRY NOTES. A. Bass, and family yistited J. D. Maye...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

HORNER'S J%n up~to -date line of Spring and Summer Dress Soods in plain white, figured Xawns, Organdies, Crepe, Dimity, Ctc. Sfteacty to We ar Soods. jCadies' Embroidered Waists, <Silk and jCawn. Dress Skirts, 7??oh air and Xawn, 71/u si in 7/nderwear, Jfosiery, etc,, S&elts, J'ans. 9/echwear, Combsets and Small wear at ^Prices to Suit any tPurse : .* * Call and be Convinced H O R NEE'S J*I*RMBT RJBPORT. The following Is the market report as compil- ed by H. Horner, and changed weekly, aooord- Ing to the highest market prices paid. CHANGED EVERY WEDNEDAY Cotton new per lb qnlet Nominal. 9 5-8 Cotton Soed per, 100 lbs - 85 Com — TO Bggs - ® Butter (cooking) 7-12 Butter ftable) — 1012 1*2 Chickens Tas to size) spring 8c Hens—7c lb Roosters - 12 1-2 Tnrkeysper lb Nominal - oc Bacon'...™.. - - - J® Lard. — — 10 lb Cabbage - *c Potatoes, per 100 lbs - 100 Onions per 100 lbs good Batter Market dull. Chlx needed Eggs: fGood demand Cotton Declining Ice Cold Drinks at Henry Mey- er's....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

m MOUNT SINAI'S LAW EIGHTH—la Ciood and Pillar Series A STORY OF THE WILDERNESS J0U2NET OF THE HEBREW PEOPLE Bjr the "Highway and Byway" Preacher (Copy right, 1906, by the author, W. S. Eds on.J Scripture Authority: — Exodus, chapters 19 and 20. 0^^0^0000000000000000000 SERMONETTE. Psalm 19-^-11. The Perfect Law.—That Law is described by six names. As Law it is a rule of conduct. As Testimony it is God's expres- sion of truth. As Statutes and Commandments it is God's spe- cial and general prescription of duty, with fear of God as its cause. As Judgments it Is the final judicial decision from which there is no appeal. The quality of that Law is variously described as Perfect, ■lacking nothing; as Sure, never falling; as Right, being un- erring; as Pure, possessing the fragrance of Heaven; as Clean, possessing the holiness of its Divine Author; as True, the foundation stone of His char- acter, and Righteous, the glo- rious temple of His manifest nature. The effect of that Law is de- c...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Schulenburg Sticker — 16 August 1906

' , . -£t- ■ > " '. ' « £. \\-x 4 ' +< *"''- .yi r.. ■■ ^:: > %* -1?' sSni All creameries use batter color. Why not dp as they do—use JUNE TINT BUTTER COX,OR. The fellow with money to bura may lire to rake the ashes. Mrs. 'Wlnslow's Soothing Syrup. For children teething, softens the gums, reduces In* •Munition, allays pain. cures wlndcollc. 25cabottle. As for life, it is a battle and a so- journing in a strange land; but the ifame that comes after is oblirion.— Marcus Aurelius. Fop Twenty Years. Other chill remedies have sprung hp, flourished for a brief season, then away—even from memory— for twenty long years Cheatham's Tonic has been in the field of action. The reason is simple. It has the merit. It actually cures Chills and Fevers while the majority of others merely promise to. One bottle guar* anteed to cure any one case. Intoxicants In Vegetables. Vegetables not only contain stimu- lants but are capable of producing an intoxicating Influence on those who depend on the...

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